September 28, 2007

Brewery Art Walk - Must Go!!!

Reduction Linocut by Dave Lefner - See his work at the art walk.

The Brewery Art Walk is a twice annual open studio weekend at the worlds largest art colony. Each artwalk, over 100 resident artists participate. During this event, you will have the opportunity to see new works, discover new favorites, speak with the artists and purchase artworks directly from the artists at studio prices.

The Brewery Art Walk takes place:
October 6th and 7th, from 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Admission is free and so is parking. Come support LA's finest artists, take home some great works and and dine at the onsite restaurant. If you have questions or require more information, please contact us via email (click here)

SWAN Day for Women Artists

Help Us Create a New Holiday for Women Artists on Saturday, March 29, 2008

The Fund for Women Artists is inviting all artists, arts supporters, and scholars to help us create Support Women Artists Now Day, a new annual celebration for women artists in all art forms to be held on the last Saturday of March, which is Women's History Month. The first Support Women Artists Now Day (SWAN Day for short) will be held on March 29, 2008.

The idea for SWAN Day grew out of a collaboration between The Fund for Women Artists and Chicago's WITASWAN (Women in the Audiences Supporting Women Artists Now). WITASWAN is an informal alliance of women who are using their power as consumers to increase opportunites for women artists. Since WITASWAN was co-founded by Jan Lisa Huttner, a Chicago film critic, it was launched with a focus on women filmmakers. WITASWAN members make a commitment to see at least one film every month that is directed or written by a woman. They can watch the film in a theater, on television, or on a DVD.

For SWAN Day, we are expanding WITASWAN to include all art forms. Our goal is to persuade as many people as possible to make a commitment to see at least one work a month created by a woman artist - whether it is a film, a play, a concert, an exhibit, or some other arts experience. This strategy has tremendous potential for increasing the opportunities for women artists by increasing the demand for their work.

Be A Part of the WITASWAN Movement

WITASWAN is a completely voluntary grassroots initiative. Members often get together to discuss the works they have seen, but there are no dues and no membership forms. It works on the honor system. We encourage you to make a commitment to see more art by women and declare yourself a member of WITASWAN right now.

Tell your friends to join too and start attending arts events together. The link to the online version of this page Please feel free to create your own WITASWAN membership cards, t-shirts, and secret handshakes. Send us pictures of your WITASWAN creations, and we will post the best ones online.

* Wear SWAN Jewelry or Other Items - Since the abbreviation of "Support Women Artists Now" is "SWAN", you can show your support by wearing jewelry and other items featuring swans. When anyone asks you, tell them you are wearing swans because you want to see more art reflecting women's perspectives. These casual conversations are a great way to make people more aware of the discrimination faced by women artists.

* Design and Sell SWAN Items - If you have swan items that you would like to sell, please write to us at and put "Swan Gifts" in the subject line. We would like to create an ongoing online showcase of swan gift items. We also encourage you to sell swan items on your own.

* Organize Events for SWAN Day 2008 - The Fund for Women Artists is looking for groups that are willing to organize special events featuring women artists for SWAN Day 2008. We would like to create a sense of solidarity among women artists and a big news splash by having SWAN Day events all over the world. We will need your help to pull this off.
These events could be performances, exhibits, rallies, parades, auctions, or other activities that draw attention to women artists or raise money for women artists in your community. If you are already planning to do a performance or exhibit on March 29, 2008, you can make it a SWAN Day event by adding a discussion with the audience about the status of women artists or by distributing flyers or making curtain speeches about the WITASWAN movement. The Fund for Women Artists will be developing materials for you to distribute.

If you are interested in organizing a SWAN Day event, please write to us at and put "SWAN Day Event" in the subject line.

WomenArts Network Tops 1,000 Artists

There are now over 1,000 artists from 24 different countries on the WomenArts Network, our innovative online directory of artists at: The WomenArts Network makes it easy to learn about and contact women artists.

You can search for women artists by name, theme, art form, geographic region and more. You can email any artist on the WomenArts Network by clicking on the email link under her name at the top of her profile page. If the artist has a website, there will be a link to her website on her page.

Any woman artist is welcome to create a free profile page on the WomenArts Network. Our website now has over 2,000 visitors a day, and many of them are finding women artists for their projects through the WomenArts Network.

About The Fund for Women Artists

The Fund for Women Artists is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women artists get the resources they need to do their creative work. There is an overview of our goals and services in the About Us section of our website at

September 27, 2007

play group accepting applications

Submission deadline: Postmarked by October 5, 2007.
For more information:

Play Group is a vibrant and eclectic group of emerging writers who gather twice a month at Ars Nova to share new work and get peer feedback. The group offers members the chance to develop their plays with peer support; to be inspired by each other’s work; to form collaborative relationships; and to build a strong sense of community within Ars Nova.

Selection Criteria

If you consider yourself an emerging playwright, you are eligible to apply. In selecting new members, we will take into account the strength of the submitted play, what the writer stands to gain from membership at this point in his or her career, and the overall balance of voices and styles within the group. Women and writers of color are encouraged to apply.

How To Apply

Applications consist of one full-length play, a resume, two professional references and a personal statement describing what the playwright hopes to gain from membership. Please click here for an application form.

Applications for Play Group 2008 must be postmarked by October 5th, 2007 to be eligible for consideration. Applications cannot be accepted via email.

Please mail applications to:

Play Group 2008 Applications
Ars Nova
511 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

teaching the arts

* Assistant Professor in Dance California State University at Sacramento (California) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Education Openings State Center Community College District (California) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Faculty Positions - Theater and Dance Department University of California at Santa Barbara (California) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Assistant Professor of Dance University of California at Santa Barbara (California) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Theater History and Dramaturgy/Dramatic Criticism Adjunct Professors Yale University (Connecticut) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Assistant/Associate Professor of Movement for Actors DePaul University (Illinois) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Voice Instructor Simpson College (Iowa) (Iowa) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Chair - Department of Performing Arts Emerson College (Massachusetts) (date posted: 9/26/2007)

* Technical Director, Department of English and Humanities York College of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania) (date posted: 9/21/2007)

* Visiting Assistant Professor in Acting and Directing Brown University (Rhode Island) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Examiners International Baccalaureate (UK) (United Kingdom) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

* Multiple Positions West Virginia University (West Virginia) (date posted: 9/24/2007)

September 21, 2007

arts teacher grant

Surdna Foundation Invites Applications for Arts Teachers Fellowship Program

Deadline: November 16, 2007 (Letter of Intent to Apply)

The Surdna Foundation ( ) has announced the eighth year of a national initiative to support the artistic revitalization of outstanding arts teachers in specialized, public arts high schools. Through the Surdna Arts Teachers Fellowship Program, fellows will design individualized courses of study that will provide both immersion in their own creative work and the opportunity to interact with other professional artists in their fields. Fellowship activities may include study in arts courses; atten- dance at advanced art-making workshops, festivals, or institutes; residencies at artists' colonies; formal mentor relationships with recognized professional artists; independent study toward the completion of an artistic project; or other artistic entities.

All permanently assigned full- and part-time arts faculty in specialized, public arts high schools are eligible. Teachers of all arts disciplines are invited to apply -- visual arts, photo- graphy, theater, music, dance, film, video, multidiscipline, and creative writing. Applicants must be in their fifth year (or more) of teaching arts in high school and plan to continue as an arts teacher in their specialized public arts high school in 2008-09. Twenty awards of up to $5,000 each, with a complementary grant of $1,500 to the fellow's school to support post-fellowship activities, will be made.

Visit the Surdna Foundation Web site for complete program details. RFP Link:

For additional RFPs in Education, visit:

September 20, 2007

teaching the arts

* Faculty Positions for 2008-2009 Pepperdine University (California) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Director of Production Management South Orange County Community College District (California) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Dance Studies University of California at Riverside (California) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Assistant or Associate Professors Westmont College (California) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Assistant Professor of Theatre American University (D.C.) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Multiple Faculty Positions Georgia Southern University (Georgia) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Professor of Movement and Combat Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Chair of Production Design Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Assistant Professor of Dance Purdue University (Indiana) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Assistant Professor in Theatre University of Notre Dame (Indiana) (date posted: 9/14/2007)

* Assistant Professor of Acting and Performance Cornell College (Iowa) (date posted: 9/19/2007)

* Theatre - Artist-in-Residence Graceland University (Iowa) (Iowa) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Head, Divison of Theatre and Dance University of Louisiana at Monroe (Louisiana) (date posted: 9/14/2007)

* Tenure Track Faculty Positions Salisbury University (Maryland) (date posted: 9/14/2007)

* Multiple Positions Hartwick College (New York) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Professor and Chair, Department of Theater Studies Duke University (North Carolina) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

* Tenure-track Assistant Professor of Music (Jazz) Guilford College (North Carolina) (date posted: 9/17/2007)

September 19, 2007

congrats to jim!

by Jim Knable
with Michael Aronov, Veanne Cox, Erik Jensen, Lisa Kron, Annabella Sciorra
directed by Jeremy Dobrish

Ever wish you could be someone else, somewhere else? Reeling from an acrimonious divorce, Barbara finds solace in her overactive imagination. After conjuring her dream lover—a sexy Conquistador decked out in a full suit of armor! —the two embark on a fantastical journey which prompts her to give in to her darkest desires. Jim Knable's seductive modern-day fairy tale mixes romance and whimsy in its exploration of one woman’s quest for self-acceptance, contentment and the willingness to love again.

From playwright Jim Knable (Green Man, The Rapier of Europa, Othamlet)
and director Jeremy Dobrish (Election Day, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)).

at The Lucille Lortel Theatre
October 10th – November 17th

$45 tickets (reg $60) Must purchase by October 14!

Performance ScheduleTues & Wed @ 7pmThur & Fri @ 8pmSaturday @ 2pm & 8pm Sunday @ 3pm

The Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher Street (between Bleecker and Hudson)

man: biology of a fall

Contemporary Opera Premiere Explores
Biological Warfare,Mind Control, and Famous 1950's CIA Misdeed

Man: Biology of a Fall, a new full-length opera with music by Evan Hause and a libretto by Gary Heidt, will have a four-performance world premiere run on October 4, 5, 6 and 7 at Kumble Theater, the new cutting-edge performance space of the Brooklyn Campus of Long Island University (1 University Place, Brooklyn).

The opera, presented in chamber orchestra version and utilizing live electronics, will feature a cast of 10 male singers, 2 female singers and 2 actors. The opera stars Lyric Tenor Steven Ebel supported by a large cast consisting of Darren Lougée, San-ky Kim, Mark Peters, David A. Gordon, Mary Ellen Assue, Raemond Martin, Jeffrey Mandelbaum, C. David Morrow, John Schenkel, Kamala Sankaram, actors Christopher Burris, Miriam Tabb and Yuval Boim. It will be directed by Jyana S. Gregory with lighting design by Matthew Richards, costumes by Jessica Ford, and sets by Rumiko Ishii.

Conducted by the composer, the opera deals with Frank Olson (1910-1953) who was one of the first American scientists to study biological weapons, such as anthrax, for the Army. He also witnessed violent interrogation techniques used on ex-Nazi POWs in post-war Europe, some ending in death. He observed first-hand accounts of fighter pilots returning from the Korean War who reported the use of biological weapons on enemy soldiers. He was ultimately drugged with LSD and subjected to interrogation himself when he began having reservations about his work. Then he went out a hotel window in New York City. Suicide or murder?

The opera is a fictional account of the final mysterious days of his life.This opera, Man: Biology of a Fall, is the third and final opera of what composer and librettist call the "Defenestration Trilogy (written between 2000 and 2007) of which two already-produced operas are The Birth and Theft of Television concerning the suicide of F.M. inventor Edwin Armstrong and Nightingale dealing with the last days of James Forrestal, the first Secretary of Defense who went out a hospital window under unknown circumstances. In reviewing the work, Opera News called it “fresh and dramatic" and the Village Voice called it "dramatic and haunting."

Thursday, October 4, 7:30 PM, Friday, October 5, 7:30 PM, Saturday, October 6, 7:30 PM, Sunday, October 7, 3:00 PM at Kumble Theater (1 University Place, Brooklyn).

Tickets $35 & $25; $15 Students and Seniors. Kumble Theater Box Office: (718) 488-1624 or

Directions: 2/3/4/5 trains to Nevins Street; B/ M/Q/R trains to DeKalb Avenue; A/C trains to Hoyt-Schermerhorn; G to Fulton; LIRR to Flatbush Terminal.

September 18, 2007

watch Steph's show!

Steph and I were roommates many years ago in Brooklyn and I am thrilled to see that her dreams have come true. She's amazingly talented and fun to watch so tune in or TIVO her show FUN SHUI.
HGTV's new 13-episode showFun Shui premieres Friday,September 28, at 9:30pm e/p
or visit her website:
Also, my dear friends Robert & Lorie are Episode #1 for the show. Robert used to be my boss at NYU and he too is a hoot to watch - guaranteed to be a great night of TV!
Episode #1: Robert and Lorie Honor just moved into a house that they love, but there has been an unexpected problem - they can't sleep and don't knowwhy. Host Stephanie McWilliams has some feng shui solutions for a restful night.


American Composers Forum Accepting Applications for First Nations Composer Initiative Funding
Program Deadline: January 31, 2008

The First Nations Composer Initiative, a program of the American Composers Forum ( ), is dedicated to serving the needs of American Indian/Alaska Native/First Na- tions/Indigenous makers of new music throughout Indian Country. The initiative's new granting program, Common Ground, will sup- port activities that boost Indigenous creative musicians, such as commissions, residencies, performance and production, travel/ study, and outreach. Common Ground is funded by the Ford Foundation's IllumiNation program.

Common Ground is open to Indigenous makers of new music: compos- ers, performers, groups, sound artists, songwriters, etc. Native Artists must be a documented affiliate of a United States and/or Canadian Tribe/Indigenous Community and committed to building the strength of Native communities by sharing their skills and talents with others. Full-time students may not apply unless coursework is completed (ABD/thesis status).

The program seeks to award grants to varied artists from the many genres of music represent- ed in Indian Country, and from diverse Indigenous cultures. Individual awards will range from $500 to $7,500. Grants are designed to give an immediate financial boost to composers, performers, and other makers of new music at a time when this help would have a significant career-enhancing effect.

Visit the Composers Forum Web site for program information. RFP Link:

For additional RFPs in Arts and Culture, visit:


MetLife Foundation Announces Art Museum and Community Connections
Program Deadline: October 19, 2007

The MetLife Foundation ( ) has created a new initiative entitled Museum and Community Connections with the objective of strengthening communities, broadening programming, and promoting museums as centers of education without boundaries. In 2007, the foundation expects to award grants totaling $1 million through the program.

The purpose of the program is to encourage art museums to reach out to large numbers of people of all ages and backgrounds through imaginative programs and/or exhibits that help us understand and appreciate each other and our world. Individual grants will not exceed $100,000 and will vary in amount depending on the nature and scope of proposed project. Museums may request funding for one or a combination of the following categories, but the requested project does not have to be limited to these categories:

Collaborations: Partnerships between 1) mainstream museums and culturally specific museums; 2) museums and nonprofit organizations serving diverse populations, such as new immigrants, whose primary mission does not focus on the arts (e.g., community centers, social service organizations, immigrant and refugee organ- izations, and others); and 3) museums and arts organizations of all types.

Artist Residencies: Bringing artists with diverse perspectives to conduct programs for a museum and/or community. Exhibits: Displays of works by artists that engage audiences and promote understanding of our world and different cultures.

Offsite Programming: Programs that extend the reach of the museum into diverse and underserved communities, including new immigrant communities, such as off-site lectures, exhibits and programs, mobile museums, and other projects.

Art museums in the United States that meet the following requirements are eligible to apply: have been in existence for at least five years; have 501(c)(3) status; and are located in either Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, or the District of Columbia. For this program, science and technology museums, museums of natural history, botanical gardens, zoos, and children's museums are not eligible.

Visit the MetLife Foundation Web site for complete program information. RFP Link:

For additional RFPs in Arts and Culture, visit:

September 13, 2007

teaching the arts

* Assistant Professor of Dance, Dept. of Theatre and Dance University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa (Alabama) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Faculty Vacancies, Fall 2008 California State University at Sacramento (California) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Assistant Professor, Non-Western Theater and Performance Studies Stanford University (California) (date posted: 9/12/2007)

* Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies and American Studies or African-American Studies Yale University (Connecticut) (date posted: 9/11/2007)

* Assistant/Associate Professor of Culture and Politics Georgetown University (D.C.) (date posted: 9/11/2007)

* Assistant/Associate Professor of Theatre Design Huntington University (Indiana) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Professor of Theater and Dance Bowdoin College (Maine) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Tenured/Tenure Track - Communication; Dance; English; History; Jewis Studies; Languages, Literature and Cultures; Middle Eastern Studies; Music University of Maryland at College Park (Maryland) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Assistant/Associate Professor (Theater: Acting/Voice) State University of New York College at Buffalo (New York) (date posted: 9/12/2007)

* Multiple Positions Dickinson College (Pennsylvania) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Performance Studies Assistant Professor Texas A&M University at College Station (Texas) (date posted: 9/10/2007)

* Modern Dance Faculty Evergreen State College (Washington) (date posted: 9/7/2007)

September 12, 2007


Theatre/Theater is a two stage complex in the new Pico Redevelopment area capable of holding you and 130 of your closest friends. This year we want to try something a little bit different…

If you have an event you want to do – A short run show, a showcase/ a reading/ a concert/ a screening/ a fundraiser for your favorite theater company/ a fundraiser for yourself!/a taping/an improv night/ a cd release party or any type of party or show – and you could do it in Oct or November, then we should talk. We have a great space, some prime evening slots available and we are motivated to make it easy, fair and fun.

Call 323 422 6361 and lay some creativity on us. Operators are standing by…

julia's play on the west coast

By Julia Cho

Directed by Chay Yew

When Boo-Seng Lee is laid off from the job to which he has devoted the last 25 years of his life, he decides to take his two sons Jimmy and Isaac on a road trip to Durango, Colorado. As they make their way across the Arizona desert, they confront family secrets, peeling back the layers of identity, alienation and duty that define being Asian in America.

DURANGO promises to be a thought-provoking examination of the fears, fantasies, and failures of a family standing in the shadow of the American Dream.

Single Tickets Available Starting August 20th!

Previews September 13 - 16, 2007
Opens September 19, 2007
Runs September 20 - October 14, 2007
Wednesday - Saturday @ 8 pm, Sunday @ 2:00pm

$60 Opening Night
$35 Regular Tickets
$30 Students & Seniors
$20 Preview Tickets

American Sign Language-interpreted performance October 7, 2007 @ 2:00 pm
$20 Tickets for Deaf & Hard of Hearing Patrons

For more information, please call East West Players at (213) 625-7000 or email

very important poetry contest

GotPoetry is seeking submissions for a chapbook length book of poetry about violence, survival and hope. The book, Beth's Legacy, will be published in memory of Elizabeth Spence Cann of Norton, MA, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend, and all proceeds will benefit Brittney and Danielle Cann, her daughters, who were critically injured in the attack that killed their mother.

Beth's Legacy

On the morning of August 27, 2007, Elizabeth Spence Cann was found shot to death in her own bed. Two of her daughters, 12 year old Brittney and 15 year old Danielle, were found on the floor of the hallway leading into her room. Both girls had been shot in the head and left for dead. The shooter, Beth's estranged boyfriend, took his own life early that morning.By some miracle, both Danielle and Brittney survived the senseless attack, but both face a long, long road to recovery. A third daughter, their oldest sister Amanda, was not home at the time. She faces a future of questions and grief.The girls are a part of Gotpoetry's extended family.

Beth was the niece of Gotpoetry staffer Deb Powers, and deeply loved cousin of regular member and contributor Cara Powers. In the week that followed the shooting, the Gotpoetry community reacted to the news with an outpouring of sympathy, love and support for which the family is extremely grateful. Many also privately asked if there was something more, something tangible, that they could do to show their support for the family and the injured girls. There is.

Gotpoetry is seeking submissions of poetry for a chapbook length anthology to be called "Beth's Legacy". We're especially seeking poems that speak to surviving loss, recovering from violence and ending domestic abuse. There is no restriction on form or length. All styles of poetry are welcome, though poems of less than 60 lines will be more likely to be accepted.The selection committee for Beth's Legacy will include the staff of Gotpoetry and representatives of Beth Cann's family.

The finished book will be available for purchase through Gotpoetry and a variety of other outlets, with all proceeds from the sale contributed to the Cann Family Hope Fund set up for the support and aid of Brittney and Danielle by Beth's church in Norton, MA.

Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2007.
Submit up to three poems for consideration in the body of an email to by September 30.

Please submit only original poetry to which you hold the copyright.Because the book is a fund raiser, we can not pay for the poems accepted, but we will make the book available for download to any poet whose work appears in Beth's Legacy. Your submission to Beth's Legacy grants to us one-time print publication rights to your submitted work. You retain all other rights to your work.

If you would like to make a donation directly to the fund, you can do that by sending your donation to:

Danielle and Brittany Cann Hope Fund
Bank of America
574 Foundry Street
South Easton, MA 02375

Event: Panel Discussion

Ever wish you could sit down with a development executive and ask the tough questions? Ever wonder, "What do producers really need to see in a script they buy?" This is your big chance to ask the questions you always wanted of the people you've never been able to corner!

Opening Event of the "New From NYU" Screenplay Reading Series
Sponsored by the Writers Lab West and the Tisch West Alumni Council

NAVIGATING THE LINES OF COMMUNICATION: Guiding Your Script from Your Desk to a Green Light

The Odyssey Theater
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
Los Angeles , CA 90025

Date: Monday, September 17, 2007
Time: 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM / Reception to follow

Joe Roth, Producer, former Chairman of Revolution Studios
Michael Nozik, Producer ( Quiz Show, Syriana)
Shannon Gardner, Producer ( American Fork, They Are Among Us)
Derek Beumer, Development/Producer at Frameworks
Regina Lee, Development Executive at Seed Productions
Ilan Breil, Literary Manager at Mosaic

Michael Tabb ('94) Screenwriter ( The Uncatchable Cowgirl Bandits of Nottingham, Texas)

Price: The panel is free, but admission to the awesome reception afterwards is a cool $10.

RSVP is required:

September 06, 2007

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screenwriting contests submissions deadlines

Movie Script Contest

ASA International Screenplay Competition

The Writers Place Screenwriting Contest

Hollywood Nexus Screenwriting Contest

teaching the arts

* Multiple Faculty Positions Auburn University (Alabama) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Artist/Teacher of Piano University of Alabama at Huntsville (Alabama) (date posted: 8/31/2007)

* Positions in Dance, Design and Music California State University at Long Beach (California) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Multiple Positions Eastern Connecticut State University (Connecticut) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Chair of Playwriting Program Yale University (Connecticut) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Tenure-Track/Tenured Positions American University (D.C.) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Multiple Faculty Positions American University in Cairo (Egypt) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Postdoctoral Fellowship in Humanities and the Arts Valparaiso University (Indiana) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Faculty Openings, Fall 2008 Rider University (New Jersey) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Art, Drama, Environmental Studies; Literature; Management/Accountancy; Mathematics; Multimedia Arts/Sciences: Religious Studies University of North Carolina at Asheville (North Carolina) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Multiple Positions University of Oregon (Oregon) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Tenure-track Faculty, August 2008 California University of Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Faculty Openings for Fall 2008 Pennsylvania State University at University Park (Pennsylvania) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Multiple tenure-track or tenured positons in Science, Humanities, and Social/Behavioral Sciences University of South Carolina, Columbia (South Carolina) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Music - Director of Choral Activities Belmont University (Tennessee) (date posted: 9/1/2007)

* Film/Stagecrew Technology Instructor/Program Director Columbia State Community College (Tennessee) (date posted: 9/4/2007)

* Assistant Professor of Drama Trinity University (Texas) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Associate or Assistant Professor of Theatre Old Dominion University (Virginia) (date posted: 9/3/2007)

* Multiple Positions The Evergreen State College (Washington) (date posted: 9/3/2007)